A good night of solid rest will make days spent at home all the more tolerable.
Donations of masks, gowns, food and flowers pour in to help the health care workers on the front line.
As you assemble meals during this stay-at-home spell, a dietitian offers sensible advice: Give yourself plenty of leeway.
The Vanden Berg family found a way around COVID-19 restrictions to share their newborn son with his siblings—holding him up to a hospital window while his sisters waved and blew kisses from the lawn below.
That's the message from health leaders and the older generation as we seek to flatten the curve and save lives.
In outdoor tents, health care professionals collect specimens for patients with appointments for testing.
A tent extension of the emergency department is helping to screen those who have symptoms so medical workers are able to best serve the medical needs of the overall community.
Amway creates hand sanitizer for Spectrum Health—and donates it to help patients and health care workers.
Those in Michigan who have symptoms are encouraged to call the free screening number, which helps patients and minimizes transmission risks.
With schools closed, parents may be tempted to arrange get-togethers for their kids. Not a good idea, says an infectious disease doctor.
Infectious disease specialists offer tips on how to monitor your health and protect others from exposure to the virus.
Have symptoms? Those in Michigan may now call a hotline to be screened by the Spectrum Health app.